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THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 19, 1982 PAGE 7 , Peter's Group Abbey Schedules Two Retreats envies Anniversary 00ev00,y .o--t00er e Bluff - The Altar and concelebrated by Bishop _,Society (1907-1982) of McDonald, Father John ter s Church, Sixteenth LaBauve, S:V.D., of the Streets, celebrated Southern Mission Band, and ;eventy-Fifth An- Father Clement Mathis, Feb. 28, at S.V.D.,pastor. with His Ex- Andrew J. Mc- A reception was held in the , Bishop of Little Rock, church cafeteria following t of honor. Mass. 5 P.M. Mass was The history of the Altar and Rosary Society, an auxiliary of the church, as compiled by Mrs. Katie J. Pierre, relates that the nucleus of the Society was formed in 1897 when Monsignor Lacey built the first St. Peter's Church. Since that time, many dedicated and sincere women have worked with the priest for the welfare of parishioners. Among the leaders of the Society were Mesdames Lee, Malcolm, Annie Jones, Nellie Potts, Allye Frazier, Diane Collingsworth, Emma #12: The changing Altheimer, Boa Kahn, Fannie tax taws. Harper, C. M. Young, Pearl Fryson, Ophelia Elgin, Katie J. Pierre, Alice Bryant and Recovery TaxAct Wheirda Potts Bentley• The , re- income Your H&R present president is Mrs. W. can show you K. Bentley. The goal of the you save )n your 1981 taxes, and organization is "Service to hanges that could affect Humanity." The publication of a Souvenir Booklet of the Society was made possible by BLOCK ® the patronage of friends and business leaders of the city. TAX PEOPLE One smart decision Wilfrid Tunink, O.S.B., of St. Pits X Abbey, will conduct a retreat for Widows and Widowers April 2-4. Another retreat for married couples who have young and growing children will be conducted by Father Timothy Vercellone, O.S.B., April 16- 18. Reservations for the retreats can be made by calling the Retreat Office at 296-7470 (St. Louis) or 479-5100 (local) or by writing the Retreat Office, St. Pits X Abbey, Pevely, Missouri 63070. Women For Peace Set Goals Little Rock -- The diocesan Council of Catholic Women's Committee for Peace and Justice set goals at its first meeting at St. Theresa's Rectory on Baseline Road. The group agreed to strive toward an on-going attitudinal change regarding issues of peace and justice and con- version through reading and reflection on Scripture and papal statements. Based on this commitment, the Committee will work toward the following goals: 1. To provide education throughout the diocese on hunger and to study methods of action to alleviate it; 2. To examine themselves as individuals and to develop specific ways to combat racism and prejudice; 00film REVIEW Prepared by USCC Office for Film and Broadcasting. MAKING LOVE (Fox)... This reworking of the triangle motif which has the husband (Michael Ontkean) leave his wife (Kate Jackson) for another man (Harry Hamlin) is a predictable, uninspired film which, under Arthur Hiller's flat direction, manages to work up no emotional power whatsoever. Hiller and writer Barry Sandier sort things out in a fashion so reasonable and even-handed that the con- trivance that undergirds the whole enterprise should be evident even to the least discerning. Homosexuality-- Picture Association of Mezzogliornoare excellent as America has rated it R, the brothers and Charles restricted. Vanel is an awesome presence as their peasant THREE BROTHERS (New father. But despite many World). . .Three brothers whose lives have taken touching moments - most of divergent paths -- one is a them occuring in flashbacks -- judge, one a radical labor this warm and humane film organizer, one an underpaid by Francesco Rosi fails to youth counselor -- return to come together and, despite its their native village in virtues, is a disappointment. Southern Italy when their The U.S.Catholic Conference mother dies. Philippe Noiret, has classified it A-II, Michele Placido and Vittorio adolescents and adults. awornotmentionedina ,[ ! script that uses even the [ PFIEFER-HILLCREST euphemism "gay" but once -- Keep Current PLUMBING & HEATING is presented as nothing more than an acceptable variation I READ I Prompt and efficient on the normal process. This attempt to forestall moral The Guardian implications is as obviously  , 376-6000 fabricated as the rest of the film. The U. S. Catholic Conference has classified it O, morally offensive• The Motion Picture Association of America has rated it R, restricted• BUTTERFLY (Analysis)... "My Heart Belongs to Daddy" is the theme of this frivolous and inept screen version of the grim James M. Cain novel about incest or supposed incest, which has been designed all too patently as a vehicle for the screen debut of Pin Zadora. Directed by Matt Cimber from a screenplay by himself and John Goff, "Butterfly" is the Patrick's Men's Club story of a scheming and manipulative girl who uses 3. To provide education on seduction as a weapon. A good CATFISH militarism through in- cast, which includes Stacey volvement in already-existing Keach and arson Welles, fail programs; to rise above the material. SUPPER , To become informed Because of some nudity anda about criminal justice general air of sleazy ministry and related issues so amorality, it has been March 26, 1982, 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. as to translate knowledge into classified O, morally of- action to relieve injustices in fensive, by the U. S. Catholic IbAItl$11 CENTER, 221 West 19th St., N.L.R. thisarea. Conference. The Motion The next meeting will focus Mr. Frank's ical Service Ten Years In the Same Location 5903 "R" St. - Ph. 666-9293 In the Heights Shopping Center Optician... FRANK ZAKRZEWSKI "The Smiling Irishman" RX Filled • TICKETS AT THE DOOR • on the Criminal Justice Ministry and is scheduled at ORDERSAVIALABLE 758-1534 the Chancery conference Future Dates: Apr. 16, May 21 room Saturday, May 22, from Sept. 17, Oct. 15 2-4P.M. $4.25 - Children under ! 2 $2.00 Reagan to Get NCCJ Award I New York (NC) - The Pine Bluff National Conference of Christians and Jews has Guide selected President Reagan as Sho the *Tth recipient of its Charles Evans Hughes gold medal. . :, - The award, to be presented at a March 23 dinner in New York, is given "for • courageous leadership in governmental, civic and humanitarian affairs," ac- cording to Irving Mitchell 7 Felt, national chairman of the & SON NCCJ executive board. RAL DIRECTORS Hughes, for whom the ST AT STH AVE / PHONF 534.3131 award is named, was a chief justice of the United States and one of the founders of NCCJ in 1928. 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